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Organization aims to understand how it is perceived in the industry, particularly by men.
The Women’s Industry Network (WIN) is seeking individuals from the industry to
participate in focus group sessions during NACE to better understand how WIN is perceived in the industry, particularly by male constituents.
goal is to make it easy for all industry constituent groups to
understand and support WIN’s mission. To that end, Mike Anderson of
Collision Advice will facilitate back-to-back, 75-minute sessions
Thursday, Oct. 17, 2013 at Mandalay Bay.
“I am honored and
delighted to facilitate the WIN focus groups," said Anderson. "The
participants’ feedback will give WIN great insight and provide ideas on
how to expand its reach to a broader base."
A preliminary survey,
found on the WIN website, must be completed in order to register. The survey takes only five minutes to complete and is
located on the WIN website or can be accessed here. Participants must
attend NACE and be present at one of the two focus group sessions being
held at 11 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. on Oct. 17. Refreshments will be
available to participants.
The survey must be completed by Sept. 15, and participants will be notified of their selection by Sept. 30.
enthusiasm will draw out the key information that is vital to ensure
that our programs are in alignment with the needs of our sponsors,
members and the industry," said Michelle Sullivan, focus group